Sonicbyte saidThey can’t exist in both places at once so if you want to move them immediately, yes, you could just disable your TRAX items now.
I have two songs uploaded on TRAX, when I’ll be allowed to re-submit them as regular audiojungle items ? I have to wait until TRAX is down ?? Thanks
Wait a minute, I never sold anything under the TRAX category. Does that mean my earnings on Audiojungle will be affected by this?
If you never sold anything, no. That said, as long as the song meets the music category requirements, you’re more than welcome to reupload your item there.
Hey guys. I just want to make sure everyone sees this post: http://notes.envato.com/authors/closing-the-audiojungle-trax-category/
We’ve also contacted each TRAX author individually.
FINALLY! But it’s strange that there was no information from Envato:)
Here’s the announcement. http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/music-price-increase/95382
As you may have noticed, we just rolled out a price increase on all AudioJungle music. Anything shorter than 30 seconds got an increase of $1, tracks between 31 and 120 seconds increased by $2, and everything else went up by $3.
AudioJungle is well known for being inexpensive, despite the high quality of our items. This is a reputation we’re proud of and it has proven to work very well for our authors. We have 3 authors who have each sold more than $14,000 worth of audio in the last 28 days alone.
Over the last two years, the quality and quantity of AudioJungle items has increased at an explosive rate, yet the average price per file has barely moved. Keep in mind that due to sales volume, our authors are making a lot more money today than they were two years ago, but what they earn with each sale is about the same as it’s been for a long time. Our authors deserve a raise! While a $1 – $2 increase may not seem huge, it can mean an increase of hundreds, and in some cases thousands of dollars in revenue for an individual author each month.
There’s no one out there that sells as high of quality files as we do at such a low price, even after the increase. As I mentioned, the quality has gone up drastically. With a small price increase, authors can make more money, which means they can dedicate more time to making high quality music.
dafnasu saidThat’s really just one site with subdomains so a single regular license is fine.
Hi I have a question before i purchase a theme. I am creating a real estate site using WP multisite. Every “site” will act like a property page under the same domain. ie: www.domain.com/property1, www.domain.com/property2 etc. Can I buy the theme with a regular license? Thanks
Hi. Please help me to understand – if I buy an one extended license of a PSD item, can I convert it into HTML Theme and then later create from it the Wordpress Version or should I buy second Extended License for this case?
If I buy an extended license of a PSD item, can I include PSD-files into my themes?Thanks. Mary.
To do either, you’d first need the permission of the author. After that, you’d need one EL for each project.
Creattive saidAny file used in a TV show needs an extended license. Is that what you’re referring to. Is that not clear enough in the licenses?
Before the license changes, animations that are going to be broadcasted needed an extended license. Since the license changed, this point is gone. I think that’s a very bad decision. Seeing your work on a big broadcast TV channel and then say: hey I got 5 bucks for that just makes you feel damn supid.